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Letter to the Editor — August 20, 2022

Issue: Bui Van Phu was initially released without bail after assaulting a man on the street.

All you need to know about the insane depths to which New York's criminal justice system has sunk is the first after a convicted sex offender severely beats a pedestrian. was released without bail. In my head ("Travesty", Aug 19).

The victim is in hospital suffering from a fractured skull, a fractured cheekbone and a cerebral hemorrhage.

A Bronx judge allowed the district attorney to reduce the attempted murder charge to assault, harassment, and a bailable misdemeanor. The blood, like the rivers of blood of other New Yorkers who have fallen victim, is at the hands of Governor Ho-Chol and legislative leaders. Fear on our streets.

Mark E. Kasowitz


Dismayed to read another senseless act of violence perpetrated by a psychopath Who should not be allowed on the streets.

There seems to be no limit to the number of casualties we can suffer as the Democrats of Albany refuse to follow the will of the people. Democrats are just the party of crime.

Saul Mishaan


Read that this dangerous person is allowed to walk the streets. I couldn't believe it. street again.

Victim is in a coma with brain damage. If he survives, he will likely be in and out of hospitals for the rest of his life. After that he is alone.

Citizens of this city, state, and country — you better vote for your life in November.

These criminal advocates must be ousted. Give them exactly the same chances that we, unquestioning and hardworking, have been given. And there is no more phalanx of police protection. Enough.

S. Kane


Rate Reduction Decision by Bronx DA Innocent Man From attempted murder to misdemeanor assault against a madman who left a man in a coma with a cerebral hemorrhage and a fractured skull, this is truly mind-boggling. It shows more nefarious motives by supposed "prosecutors" representing the city's most crime-ridden boroughs dealing with the crime epidemic.

This threat needs to be removed from society immediately, and those responsible for the decision to release him should be tried for unjustly endangering the lives of the citizens they swore to protect. should be applied to

Thomas Urban


Convicted sex offender Bui Van Hoo He viciously hit the victim with a sucker. He was hospitalized, required restorative surgery, and received incredibly generous treatment from the "justice" system. His "attempted murder" charge was reduced and he was released without bail.

A perfect representation of the absolute insanity of New York's "no bail" laws. It should have been called the "Crime Tolerance Relief Act of 2021."

How long must society remain in peril as the list of innocent victims denied justice continues to grow?

Richard D. Wilkins


continue unabated in New York City.

A recent victim suffered a brain injury and fell into a coma due to the unexpected influence of a career criminal who was enjoying his freedom and roaming the streets.

For many years there has been a doctrine that fear of punishment influences criminal decisions.

This criminal state will continue unless Congress rescinds the imposed guidelines that affect the judiciary and law enforcement.

John Gargiuro


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